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News of Centereach and Lake Grove Mr* . F.lhel Smith. ROnk. 9-S732 T li e Centereach Elementary Paretit-Teuelier Association met at the Holbrook Koad School Maivh '22. (inest s|ieaker \va. - - Charles Wadeiuever . history teach- er at the Newfield Hish \ School. The plans of electing three slates of officers for each school in the district were dropped and the of- ficers were elected for the regular PTA. Elected were Onilil Waiter , president ; Mrs. Eleanor Rand, vice president; Mrs. Jean Seitz. re- cording secretary ; Mrs. Hanna niydetiliurjr . financial secretary; Vincent Palmer , treasurer. it was voted to form a planning com- mittee to work on the problem of a PTA unit for each school. A pre-school clinic will be held at the Holbrook Road School at 8 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Carol McGlone is in charge , assisted by Miss Mary Kubik; also kindergarten teachers will help. Actual slides of the kiiHierg-arten classi's in action will be shown. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Center Stationery, Gro- ben ' s Candy Store , John ' s Meat Market , R e y 1 e k Candy Store. Steve ' s General Market and Vil- lage Chemists in Centereach . —Adv. About 27 students of the third grade went on a tour of Tinker National Bank Friday, accompani- ed by their teacher , Gerald Klaf- ter. The West Brookhaven Republi- can Club will meet at 7:. '!() p. m. tomorrow at the Centereach Lanes. A short business meeting will be held , followed at 8:80 p. ' m. b y a curd party for members and friends. The club is making p lans for the annual dinner dance to be held May 21 in the Assumption of the Blessed \\Virg in Churc h audi- torium. The film , \Martin T.uther , \ will be shown at the Centereach Men- nonite Church at 7:-J5 p. in. Wed- nesday. The public is invited to attend. Twenty students of the Newfield Hi gh School attended the Second National Nominating Convention of Better Citizen ' s Party at the Port Jefferson High School Sat- urday. Twenty-six other schools in the area partici pated. ih: and Mrs. Larry Williams are parents of their first child , a daughter , born Sunday at South- side Hosp ital. James Blydenburgh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Blydenburg h , - cele- brated his fifth birthday March 20 with a part y. Present were his grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown , Sr ' .. uncle. Daniel Bntwn , and aunt , Dorothy Brown of Som- erset Street. Also Arthur . Doris , and Martin Fallier and Joy and , Patricia PhLhower of Lake Ron- konkoma. The Married Couples Club of the First Congregational Church of New Village met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen of Smithtown March 21 with about 21 couples present. A film was shown , \Having Faith in Boys . \ The devotional time was in charge of George Edwards , who spoke on and gave the history of the hymn. \When Jesus Comes. \ Afterwards games were played and refresh- ments served. Lawrence William Martin, in- fant son of Mi\ and Mrs. Edwin Martin of Walnut Street , was christened at the Assumption of the B.essed Virgin Marv R. C. Churc h at . 'J p. in. March 20 by the Rev. Joseph Belfiore. The godpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. John Botti- ger of Selden , uncle and aunt of the baby. A party was held at the home after the christening for about 40 relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mydland of I.upen Larte visited their son and famil y, Mr. and Mrs . Beam Myd- land of St. James , March 21 to help celebrate the first birthday of their grandson , Brian , with a fam- ily party. The Lake Grove-Centereach Home Extension unit held a tea and had a display of the hooked rugs comp leted March 22 at the meeting rooms on Blydenburgh Road. Fifteen rugs were finished in the modern hooked rug way. Members made their own desi gns and used the Tru-Gyde and punch type needles. Mrs. Betty Lapossy was the local leader. Next Tues- day a business meeting will be held and preliminaries on basic food preparation and sewing screens will be given. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Five Corners Delicatessen in Lake Grove. —Adv . RDSA Gerald M. Schmitt , son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schmitt of Hawkins Avenue, was home on a 15-day leave after having com- pleted a 12-week eour.se at the Class A Radar School at Norfolk , Va. He left Friday for Mayport , Fla.. where he will embark on the USS Ingraham (D.D. -G94) de- stroyer. Mr . and Mrs. Clinton Sauer of Smith Road attended the. funeral of her brother , John Bauer , at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Richmond Hill March If!. Diane Elizabeth Riley, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Riley of Wood Road , was chris- tened at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Marv H. C. Church at 3:30 p. m. March 20. Godpar- ents are Henry Zarling of North- port and Mrs. Beatrice Riley of Astoria , aunt of the baby. A re- ception was held at the home fol- lowing the ceremony. The Secret Pal Club were en- tertained at a dessert card party at the home of Mrs . Julius Hahn of Stony Brook last Thursday afternoon. Those attending from here were Mesdames Albert Rey- nolds , George Kenned y. Sr., Henry Faustich and George Bingay, also Mrs. Percy Peters of Stony Brook. A surprise party was g iven to - Air. and Mrs. Arthur Murray at their home on Middle Country Road Saturday in honor of their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schmitt , Mr. and Mrs. David Over- ton , Mr. and Mrs. Foster Overton of Lake Grove; Mr . and Mrs. Ar- thur Stufkosk y of Smithtown and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smith of Cen- tereach. Also present were their son , Arthur , who resides at home with his parents. The couple re- ceived many lovely flowers , gifts and cards. Mrs . Murra y was pre - sented with a lovel y gardenia enr- saire and Mr. Murray with a white tarnation botitoniucre. Mrs. Edwin Overton and Mrs. Ernest Overton were luncheon guests Monday of Miss J. Mabel Hallock of Smitluown. The Centereach Fire Department ambulance answered two calls last week, at , 'i:¦!: \ > p. in. .March 21 .Mrs. A. Hell ran of lit Long Street was taken to Mather Memorial Hos- pital by Jack Corral , driver, and Ral ph Sappacer<iua. first aid man. On March 2;! at 10:30 a. m. D. Klee of OS Garden Lane was re- lurned to her home from Mather Memorial Hosp ital b y Jack Cor- ral , driver , and Harry Brown , Sr., first aid man. The Centereach Fire Department will meet at the tire- house at 8:30 p. m. Monday. Mrs . Gertrude Drier of Somer- set Street celebrated her sixty- fourth birthday at her home March 13 . with her son-in-law and daugh- ter , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gilder- slccve, and children , Kenneth. Joyce and JoAnn . of Richmond Hill , and Mr. and Mrs. James Fountain of Roosevelt. Mrs. Drier retired from the New York Tele- phone Company about two years ago. The installation dinner of the Centereach-Lake Grove Democratic club will take p lace at the Lake View Inn , Lake Ronkonkoma at 8 p. m. Saturday. Music will be fur- nished by the Deb-A-Nair ' s. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seitz of 7 Minerva Lane celebrated their eleventh wedding anniversary on Saturday by having dinner , at Don ' s Restaurant in Centereach , after which they enjoyed bowling at the Centereach Lanes Bowling Alleys. They were accompanied b y their neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Joh n Qjiiny of Smith Lane . Mrs. Walter Dodge and daug h- ter , Frances , of Inwood were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark of \ Wood Road. Mr. and Mrs . Alvin Smith of Smith Street , accompanied b y Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Orstrand , Mrs. Marion Childress and daug hters , Pamela and Susan , of Bayport, en- joyed the Cinerama, \Seven Won- ders of the World, \ at. the Syosset Theatre Friday night. The occa- sion was in honor of the ninth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Van Orstrand and the four- teenth birthday of Susan. CVB SCOUT PACK 21 Cub Scout, Pack No. 21 , spon- sored by the Tordik-Diederich- Duffield ' Post , VFW , met at 7:30 p. m. March 23 at the Unit y Drive School. An info rmative talk, \Haz- ards of Electricity \ was g iven by Sidney Hancock , a representative of the Long Island Lighting Com- nany. He told of incidents where lack of knowledge of the dangers of high voltage caused disaster. This was all illustrated by a model , containing high voltage wires that were charged with electricity by a portable transformer. Following the talk, the Cubs were treated to a comedy skit bv the Den .Mothers of Pack No . 228 of St. James. The title. \The T yp i- cal Den \ or \The Don as Seen Through the Eves of a Den Moth- er. \ Awards given out were Den 2: Nick Carvill , Wolf badge and Bear book ; Donald Sinkiewicz. Wolf badge and Bear book ; Anthony Manitte , Bear badge; Bill y King, fi.-st year pin: Den 3: John Fior- elli , Wolf badge; Raymond Seitz, Wolf badge ; Anthony Fiorelli. Lion book and two year pin; Den •I. - Douglas Josep hson , Lion badge ; Stephen Decker , Lion badge and silver arro\v point under Bear; Den 5: James Whelan , second year p in. Also awards were made to: Den ft: Steven Smith, Gobi arrow point under Bear; Joe DufTus , second year pin and Linn book ; Richard Cooney, Lion badge; Michael Bres- lin , Lion badge; Den 7: Richard Clark . Silver arrow point under Wolf :md firs t year pin ; Kevin O'Rourke, Silver arrow .point, under Wolf; -Den S; Robert SU'inm:Hi , Wolf badge, Gold and Silver arrow- point and first year pin; Robert Aluller , Hear badge . Lion book; Mi- chael , Ku. -vi , Boar badge . Lion book; Den 12: Brian Keller, first year p in: Anthony Deiieninarck , Bear badge , first year pin and Bear book ; Wehelos, John From. Gold arrow point . Silver arrow point under Lion badge; Howard Bi' ockway. Wehelos badge; Steven Rothamel , Wehelos badge; Michael !Vi-rino , Wehelos badge . Michael Perrino graduated into a Boy Scout troop. Those joining Wehelos were Douglas Josephson. Step hen Deck- er and Richard Cooney. Mrs. Ed- win Tay lor , Den mother, received her second year- pin. MENNONITE CHURCH The Seventh Anniversary pro - gram of the Centereach Mennonite Church, the Victorious Life con- ference , will be held at the church on • ' Saturday and .Sunday. ' The guest speaker will be I. Mark Ross of Kidron, O. On Saturday, April 2 the service will be held at 7:-1 o p. m. with a children ' s meeting and Mr. Ross will speak on \Hith- erto Hath the Lord Helped Us. \ At the worshi p service at 10 a. m. his message will be \Building On the Rock. \ Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. a service will be held with testimonies by nearb y pastors and Mr. Ross will speak on \The In- centives of Worthy Objectives. \ Sunday night at 7:-)5 p. m. \ there will be devotions and children meetings and Mr. Ross will speak on \Facing t he Ilea d w i n d s Ahead. '' Song leader will be Abra m Clemens and the pastor of the church , the Rev. Curtis Godshall , will be the moderator. CHURCH NEWS The First Congregational Church of New Village has Sunday school at. 9:l. r > a. in., worshi p at 11 a. m„ Youth Fellowshi p at (i:30 p. m., gospel service at 7:30 p. m., Sun- day. Suffolk School for Christian Studies at. 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. Prayer rfnd Bible study hour at 8 p. m. Wednesday. A Bill y Graham film , \ .Southern Cross Crusade , \ was shown last night , Wednesday, at the regularl y , scheduled prayer meeting time. Nex t Sunday will be Communion Sunday. A Sunday school teachers ' and staff meeting will be held at 8 p. m. Monday. The Centereach Community Church has Sunday school at 10 a. m „ worshi p at 11:15 a. m., West- minster Fellowship at 0:30 p. m„ Sunday. Confirmation classes are 2:30 p. m. Thursday. Lenten serv- ice at, 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Selden church . The Centereach Mennonite Church holds worship at 10 a. in., Sunday school at 10:45 a. m., gos- pel service at 7:15 p. m., Sunday. Bible study hour is at 7:45 p. in. Wednesday with a special class for young people. Jacob Mellingor of Paradise , Pa., was the speaker at the church last Sunday. Saturday and Sunday, the Mennonite con- ference will be held with I. Mark Ross of Kidron , O., as the guest speaker. Our Savior Lutheran Church has Sunday school and adult class at it a. m. and worship at 8 and 10:30 a. in., Sunday. Confirmation class- es are at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday for seventh graders , at 3:30 p. m. Thursday for eight graders and at 7 p. in. Wednesday for ninth and tenth graders. Adult discussion group meetings are held at . 8 p. m. Monday. Lenten service at 8 p. m. Wednesday. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary R. C. Church holds Masses at 8, J) , 10:30 and 11:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. in. Sunday. Dai 1 v mass is at 8 a. in. The Altar Rosary . Society will meet at the church at 8:30 * p. in. Monday. EASTWOOD VILLAGE & DAWN ESTATES Mr. and Mrs. Michael Massa of 147 Dawn Drive accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Robert Letcha of Miller Place enjoyed dinner at the Triangle Restaurant in Hauppauge Saturday nig ht. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Massa ' s birthday. Mrs. James Underwood of 08 Picket Lane celebrated her birth- day March 22, with several of her neighbors , Mrs . Eleanor Mascel- laro , Mrs. Dorothy Caruso , and Mrs. Mary Pastori. On March 15 Susan Underwood celebrated her seventh birthday. Her guests were Thersa Bumb , C a r 1 a Wagner , Susan and Helen Caruso, Pamela Smith , Linda Jarvis and Dehra Smith , all of Picket Lane. David Kaplan , son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaplan of 143 Stan- ley Drive , celebrated his first birth- day recentl y with his parents and his godmother , Mrs. Retta Fein- berg of Selden. Darren Ronald Kanka. i nfant son of Mr. and Mrs . Ronald Kanka of 149 Tree Road , was christe ned at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin M ary R. C. Church at 3 p. m. Sunday by the Rev. Josep h Belfiore. Godparents are Mrs. Jennie Walsh of Oceanside , an aunt of the baby, and John Con- forti of Mineola. Following the ceremony a dinner was held at the home with guests , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walsh and children . Colleen and Dorise , of Oceanside , grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Alex- ander Hynes of Brooklyn and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kanka of New Hyde Park. The occasion was also in honor of the Kanka ' s other son Gary ' s birthday. Gary was four years old Saturday. The Youth Fellowship group of the First Congregational Church of New Village were guests at the home of David Anderberg of 3 Barbara Drive Sunday afternoon. Miss Betty Worrall of Children ' s Bible Fellowship was the guest speaker. Refreshments were served. Kyle Elizabeth Creedon , infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Creedon of 87 Tree Road , was christened at the Assumption of the Blessed Vi rgi n Mary R. C. Church at 3 p. m. Sunday by the Rev. Joseph Belfiore. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cree- don of Boston , Mass., uncle and aunt of the baby. A dinner party followed the ceremony. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creedon , Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Creedon , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyons and daugh- ter, Tracy, all of Lake Ronkon- koma; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Creedon and son , Paul , and Mrs. Peter J. Creedon of Boston , Mass Mr. and Mrs. John Eccles of 42 Wagon Lane recently celebrated their nineteenth wedding anniver- sary. Their twin children , Bonnie and David , celebrated their second birthday last Thursday, a party had to be canceled because the children had the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crowley of 52 Norman Drive are parents of their fourth son , John Michael weighing 3 pounds , 8 ounces , born at the Community Hospital in Glen Cove Marc h 23. Mr. and Mrs. Crowley have three other sons Stanley, Edward and William. Last Thursday Stanley was two years old. Mrs. Crowley and infant son returned home Sunday. Denise Ringeisen , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ringeisen of 177 Stanley Drive , celebrated her third birthday March 22 with a party. Her guests were Mnryann and Sharon Alban , John Jay, Jo- seph and Rosemary Spigonard o , Robert and Lois Madsen , Robert Stursberg, and her cousins , Cathe- rine , Betty . Cecelia and Leslie Ringeisen. On Saturday Mrs. Rin-f geisen had the misfortune to in- jure the i-ornia of her eye . when a match she was lig hting flew into it. Many new opportunities today; read the classified columns in sec- tion f»o. Act quickly for best results. —Adv. You save p lenty by subscribing tor The Advance- , the Postmaster does the rest . Onl y $5 for 12 months, we pay the postage. Your order addressed to: Circulation Dept., P. O. Drawer 780 , Patch- ogue , N. V., will start your paper with the next edition. —Adv. : ' , APPRENTICE | * ( i I to learn Printing Trade. Good opportunity j i I for ambitious , willing, cooperative worker. ! I # i ; Must be p hysicall y strong. ! ) i t 40-hour week, 2 weeks ' vacation with pay j APPLY IN PERSON ' > Ask for Dick Searles — 8 A. M. - 5 P. 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